Events

MacArthur Fellow, Poet & Playwright Claudia Rankine

03/30/2017

Join us for an evening with 2016 MacArthur Genius, Claudia Rankine. Widely considered to be one of our finest living poets, she is certainly the most prominent and politically engaged, creating an audience for poetry far beyond its conventional readership (her book Citizen holds the distinction of being the only poetry book to be a New York…
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Dr. Yana Rodgers: “Women’s Empowerment is Smart Economics”

04/05/2017

Professor Yana Rodgers will discuss women’s empowerment in the labor market using a global perspective, with a focus on successful strategies for empowering women in the labor market and what the benefits are not just to women but to their families and to economies as a whole. In the era of smart phones and smart cards, empowering…
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Graduate Student Roundtable

04/12/2017

The final event of the Feminisms Unbound 2016-2017 year will be a roundtable of current GCWS doctoral students, who will present their research…
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Connected Futures: Next Generation Questions for a Just World

05/01/2017

Northeastern University School of Law’s Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC) will host a daylong conference on May 1 called “Connected Futures: Next Generation Questions for a Just World,” which will focus on the “digital regulation of everyday life.” See the flyer below for information about the conference’s panels and keynote speaker Sarah Jeong.